Bombardier Expects Low-Costs Will Sustain CRJ Production

CRJ deliveries are poised to increase, but the aircraft will not recapture the share of the regional jet market it once held, says Bombardier Aerospace President Guy Hachey. “We feel there is still a market long term for the CRJ. We’ll just compete in a different way. We will be the low-cost guy,”...

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